Our Dentists

Our experienced team of dentists is devoted to ensuring each patient receives the best in dental implant care and a pain-free experience every time.

Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti

Dentist HBSc, MBA, DDS, FCOI, IV certified

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Dr. Raman Kohli

Dr. Raman Kohli


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Onur Cavus

Onur Cavus

PhD degree

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Dr Ziad El Achhab

Dr. Ziad


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Dr. Steven Zhao

Dr. Steven Zhao

We Speak 28 Languages to serve you better

At the bond street implants clinic in Toronto our staff speak a variety of different languages to better assist our diverse clientele. Some of the languages that we speak include:

  • Icon EnglishEnglish
  • Icon HindiHindi
  • Icon BengaliBengali
  • Icon CroationCroatian
  • Icon SerbianSerbian
  • Icon BosnianBosnian
  • Icon FarsiFarsi
  • Icon SpanishSpanish
  • Icon PortuguesPortuguese
  • Icon ArabicArabic
  • Icon AramicAramaic
  • Icon KurdishKurdish
  • Icon TurkishTurkish
  • Icon FrenchFrench
  • Icon TagalogTagalog
  • Icon MandarinMandarin
  • Icon VietnameseVietnamese
  • Icon UrduUrdu
  • ItalianItalian
  • CantoneseCantonese
  • AzerbaijaniAzerbaijani
  • RussianRussian
  • UkranianUkranian
  • HungarianHungarian
  • SomalianSomalian
  • BulgarianBulgarian
  • SinhalaSinhala
  • TamilTamil

Dental Care for Refugees

Check your eligibility to see if you qualify for emergency dental coverage or healthcare benefits in Canada. Bond Street Dental is one of the facilities where you can use benefits given through the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP). The IFHP program provides benefits for certain Canadian groups that don’t have provincial, territorial, or private healthcare coverage.

According to the Government of Canada website, the IFHP will cover some medical services. The services not requiring prior approval include:

  • EmergencyExams
  • BitewingX-Rays
  • Fillings
  • Bonding
  • Extractions

For a full list of benefits as well as payment rules, please click here.

Check your eligibility here.

Bond Street Dental News

Study investigates the relationship between implant dentistry and nicotine use
A 2020 study examined the relationship between nicotine use and implant dentistry to investigate whether smokers are more at risk of peri-implant diseases. The results showed that the more cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk of implant failure. Dental implants typically last for ten years with minimal bone loss. After ten years, the risks of peri-implant bone loss and implant failure rise. However, the risks are more significant for smokers. So, if you’re a smoker and want to get implants, it’s about time you considered kicking the habit. For more information on the effects of smoking on dental implants, you should consult a reputed dental implant provider in Toronto.
What does oral cancer screening involve?
A lot of people wonder what happens during an oral cancer screening. During oral cancer screening, the dentist takes a detailed look at the inside of the patient’s mouth. The mouth is thoroughly investigated for sores and white and red patches. The dentist may also use gloves to examine physical abnormalities like lumps in the oral tissues, neck, and throat. Sometimes, dentists may also recommend additional tests if a regular oral cancer screening doesn’t provide a diagnosis. These additional tests include oral cancer screening light and oral cancer screening dye. An oral cancer screening examination can effectively diagnose cancer. A reputable dental implants clinic in Toronto is essential for obtaining a successful cancer screening.
How Successful is Bone Grafting?
Bone grafts are usually done before a dental implant to fill in bone for the process and have a 99.6% success rate. You can expect some discomfort during the grafting procedure, but this will subside after a few days. It will take several months to heal as it is necessary to wait until the bones in the mouth have had time to fuse with the bone graft before your dental implant surgery. Even though bone grafting has a high success rate, errors can occur. Fortunately, experienced bone graft surgeons can detect warning signs of graft failure.